What's the worst movie ever made? I don't mean shit like the bottom 100 on imdb, I mean the actual worst, below the bottom of the barrel, garbage that most people don't know about.
>Implying any of those are as bad as any of Video Brinquedo's "animated" shitshows
This should be on that list too
>Roth, Depardieu and Sam Neill
>1 on metacritic
>portrays blatter as a good guy and it was released during the FIFA corruption scandal
>Frederic Auburtin’s £17m drama made just $918 from 10 cinemas last weekend and has now been pulled from screens by its distributor
lowest grossing film in US history
Blackhat and the new Spiderman 2 were definitely two of the worst movies I've ever seen in my life. There was simply zero enjoyment from start to finish, it was just pure unadultered disgust.
Pic related. Even as a kid I knew this movie was trash
I legit loved 3 Ninjas growing up though
Not at all
>Blair Witch 2
>Jaws the Revenge
>Wild Wild West
They all had the intention of being big hits. Nintendo put a lot into Mario Bros
Also Alien 3 and Resurrection should be listed
It's a movie that wholly unenjoyable for any single human being. The fact that this movie probably made people shun the book and not read it might be the worst part about it. I've actually never seen anyone else on /tv/ talk about it, I can only assume thats because no one can sit thru it the full 3 hours
Coster was and always will be a hack
Don't forget The Room. Tommy Wiseau though it was the pinnacle of filmmaking and even tried to send it to the Academy Awards.
The list definitely needs to be updated, iirc it's from 2013
>Batman and Robin
It was all fucking point of it though
It was campy take on Batman go read the comics from 60s and watch Adam West Batman and it opens to you, the movie is absolutely brilliant.
I think anyone with a gram of brain agrees with you.
For some reason people want to hate it without thinking of a reason why.Part of it are youtube celebs that constantly parrot how bad it is like a fucking bible.
Similar thing happens to TopGun and its status for gay movie when the screenwriter went on record and said those half naked scenes are there the attract female audience.
Im sometimes sick of stupid people.
This film has split opinion between so bad and absolute Kino
Some people will say Fant4stic, but the truth is that other than the shitty ending is by no means worse than the average Marvel movie. In fact, Id say its actually better than the average Marvel movie.
This movie is possible the worst thing to hit cinemas for at least a decade after its release.
If only you all knew.
247° comes screeching in for a close second place, though.
I remember watching Anaconda in theaters when I was little. That was a while ago.
I remember enjoying the fuck out of the Wild, Wild West, Batman & Robin, and Super Mario Bros. too. I should watch that last one again at least, it's been a minute.
Also the girl on the Hobgoblins poster is fucking hot, christ.
>tfw having a B-Fest every New Years Eve with your best buddies
Some of our favorites include but are not limited to:
The Giant Claw
The Mighty Peking Man
The Room (obviously)
Troll 2 (obviously)
This Island Earth
>US$ 45 million dollar budget vs US$ 70 thousand box office
>Charlie Sheen, Hillary Duff, Eva Longoria, Christopher Lloyd
wild wild west! goddamn, they shilled the piss out of that fucker for ages when it came out on video
Because it was babby's first fun schlock film made to pander to normies who never watch them and thought it was a novel concept when it was so transparently forced
>using popularity as a gauge for quality
Mark of the pleb
it is unintentionally funny in many ways, in that respect it is good
some films are so bad you can't even laugh at them
although after an hour and a half of it your brain is pretty numb
>no neil breen
Wathced I Am Here..... Now, and I can tell you this man is a combination of Tommy Wiseau and David Lynch.
Fucking magnificently awful, bizarre shit.
Heres the one I wanna watch. Only place to get it is on his site for like 25 bucks though last time I checked.
I never got the hate for Wild Wild West other than it took the title of a classic series.
The fights were great. The special effects were pretty impressive. Kevin Kline and Will Smith had good comedic chemistry. Fucking based Branaugh owned his role and ultimately the movie.
It just wasn't the pile of shit they critics insisted it was. Hell, it even aged pretty well.
Say what you want about the inaccuracy of the SMB movie, but the scene juggling they did in the climax was air fucking tight.
And it predated all that popular "gritty Mario" art by about ten years.
I still like it.
One thing would've saved Congo, and that thing would've been Bruce Campbell turning out to be alive and helping save everyone.
The main character wanted to fuck the gorilla more anyway.
>NO MORE BOOKS
Closer to James Nguyen than Tommy Wiseau. His political statements are somehow even more hamfisted.
Breen's a contender, anon. Trust me.
The only difference between a Breen production and a Wiseau production is that Wiseau had the advantage of owning prime LA properties that earned him fuckloads of money and probably being an actual vampire.
Sort of updated the badcore image a bit, feel free to add more
Asylum isn't the worst. Hell this is pure perspective anyway, does random youtube shit count? Does other amateur stuff count? Is it only cinema releases? Can there be direct to VHS produced by any 'studio', what counts as a 'studio'?
Then you've got to quest do the really shit effects of decades ago against really shitty effects in the current era matter etc. Such a difficult thing to codify and then search through.
half of these movies arent that bad. they have genuinely entertaining moments (read: not post ironic meta "its bad so its good xD" humor).
or is that the point of the lists?
It was basically just Kevin Costner jerking himself off.
Even fucking Ebert said it should've been called Dances With Himself.
Postman was another in a growing line of overlong Kevin Costner movies, so it got fucking destroyed just to get him off of his high horse.
Are you seriously trying to defend Sharknado with LOL JEALOUS HATERS FALL BACK right now?
It's tonally so different from the other films in the continuity (even somewhat Batman Forever, but more so the Tim Burton ones). Like who is it supposed to appeal to? Kids would like it, but most adults who enjoyed the other movies in the series are going to be like what the fuck. If it was a stand-alone parody or heavily stylised film then sure, and if you watch Batman and Robin now for shits and gigs it holds some worth, but in its context you can't say it was good.
A lot of people don't realise that Starship Troopers had sequels. They're both awful, but 3 really firmly dropped below the so-bad-it's-good line. It features the "Sky Admiral" of humanity who is also a pop star:
It's kind of the point, like some of the movies are fun bad, but there's still no doubt that they're bad. Like, for example, no one is going to legitimately defend The Room as a good movie.
Neil Breen has been added, so has Burn Hollywood Burn the movie that ruined Alan Smithee for everyone, and Jupiter Ascending which has a poster that is so bad that you can barely read the name of the movie.
Speaking of sequels no one knew existed, has anyone seen pic related? How bad is it?
I have no idea why they didn't hire Stephen Sommers for League in favor of the director of Blade 1.
It was clear that they were going for a campy fantasy/horror period piece, and Sommers was absolutely their man.
Still would've infuriated Moorefags.
It took me awhile to wash the bad taste of this pile of shit out of my mouth.
Guy Pierce eventually reearned my respect.
I don't think it's fair to group movies that are merely "bad" with ones that are the absolute worst ever. Even Batman and Robin is not on the level of The Room, Troll 2, or Manos
I once took a bus trip with my school and they had 2 movies onVHS. One was an Olsen twins (?) movie where they go to Rome. It was by far the worst thing I have ever seen.
We ended up watching the second tape.
It was a how to quit smoking tape.
Asylum usually does it intentionally tho. Not to say they don't have a lot of bad ones, 2012 ice age was boring as fuck and bermuda tentacles is so bad you can clearly tell linda hamilton is drunk the whole way through, but sometimes they come up with a winner. I actually legit liked android cop.
My pick is days of darkness. Zombie movie with no actual zombies and most of it is people sitting around talking not to mention almost every zombie attack is entirely avoidable.
Neverending Story 3.
I caught the final 20 minutes on showtime or Starz or some shit. It was downright terrible complete with wack cartoon sound effects, the dragon thing getting turned into a bumbling moron and a young Jack Black antagonist.
Luckily it heats back up at around 85%. I noticed that lag, too.
What's funny is that there are some surprisingly complex shots in The Room, like the beginning of the party scene.
I remember this fucking movie. I remember loving it as a kid because it wasn't as awful as Neverending Story 2, I recognized Jack Black from an awesomely bad Rutger Hauer vehicle, and I wanted to fuck the shit out of Bastion's sister.
He got the point. He just felt the point was made badly.
I agree with that. Modern Troma's fucking horrible. Poultrygeist wasn't worth watching at all. They couldn't even hire chicks with decent tits for the topless scenes.
Ever since Dances with Wolves, Kevin Costner got into a habit of doing 2 to 3 hour movies regardless of his own limited acting ability: Robin Hood, JFK, Wyatt Earp, Waterworld. There wasn't a single movie that didn't have a 2 hour and 10 minute minimum until fucking Dragonfly.
Pair that with his controversial starring role opposite Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard, which effectively helped ruin Houston's career and the general narcissism of the man himself off set.
By the time Postman came out with yet another 3 hour runtime, critics were completely sick of the bastard and took him down a notch.
>The A.V. Club stated that "...the grotesque ugliness of the animation alone would be a deal-breaker even if the film weren't also glaringly inappropriate in its sexuality, nightmare-inducing in its animation, and filled with Nazi overtones and iconography even more egregiously unfit for children than the script's wall-to-wall gauntlet of crude double entendres and weird intimations of inter-species sex".
I've never read the book, but from doing some research it's just some harmless 5-page poem for kids that doesn't exactly teach anything, it just puts things in perspective for kids.
That fucking movie is just offensive, the idea of the book is that the kid has a shitty day because the universe is conspiring against him, in the movie, he is like, the worst kid that's ever alive, fucker doesn't deserve the wonderful family he has, and yet he ruins their lives and they are ok with that, fuck that movie so much.
>This is patrician
Way different story.
Basically the movie was the same magical wish shit that actually worked with Liar Liar, except in this case Alexander wished his family would have a day as shitty as his. Turned the kid into a massive cocksucker.
I remember before this movie came out, hearing the Director on C2C and how passionate and adamant he was going to bring SCIENCE back to science fiction. Like he was really hyped.
I suspected it was a load of bullshit, but holy fuck I had no idea how bonkers this movie is. It's got a bulshit-to-second ratio off the charts. You're constantly screaming at the screen. It's fucking great.
What i remember the most about this film is when the lanky ass looking 'hacker' sort of whistles a paper into a phone and says something like 'now you can make calls for free' or some retarded shit like that
I loved it too.
>based basketball scene
>Che Guevara wannabe antagonist
>surfing with Peter Fonda
>Pam Grier as a tranny named fucking Hershey
>even more satire than last time
>the entire Surgeon General scene
>that cute fucking slav chick who died too soon
Fuck me it was such a blast.
That's one of the few movies for which I can't come up with any redeeming value at all.
Not even "it's so bad, it's good" laughs.
I nominate this. I was livid after it ended. I should have written to the producers and everyone involved like I wanted to, demanding compensation for the 2 hours of my life spent in pain watching this, that I would never, ever get back.
>turn tv on
>this is on
>think it's only like half way
>suddenly he randomly gets into a fight with the main villian while exploring or some shit
It's like theres no build up at all
Some terrible movies to add onto OP's list, plus haven't really seen them mentioned at all.
I love zombie strippers. Jenna Jameson, Robert Englund, Roxy Saint, Penny Vital. What's not to love.
Manos is an amazing, memorable and haunting amateur horror film that will last the test of time. It's far better than the PG-13 shit like that one coming out with the doll.
Only Cabin Fever I've seen.
>that chicks fight
this. Its both terrible and hilarious
I'm probably the only person who has seen this
>lost in translation
>dubbed to my non-english language